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CSS3 Speech Module WD 14 May 2003

From: Jeremy Rand <jeremy@asofok.org>
Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 13:26:41 -0400 (EDT)
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To: "W3C Style List" <www-style@w3.org>



Found a few grammar errors in the 14 May 2003 WD for CSS Speech Module.

In the "Status of this document" section, in "This document is a working
draft of the CSS working group which is part of the style activity," there
should be a comma after "which."

In the "Status of this document" section, in "This working draft may be
updated, replaced or rendered obsolete by other W3C documents at any time,"
there should be a comma after "replaced."

In the Introduction, "chanel" should be spelled "channel."

In voice-volume, under <number>, in the sentence "'0' represents silence
(the minimum level), and 100 corresponds to the maximum level," 0 is in
single quotes, but 100 is not.  They should either both be in quotes or
both not be, for consistency.

In voice-balance, under <number>, "simarly" should be spelled "similarly."

In voice-balance, under <number>, "becoming" should be spelled "be coming."

In voice-balance and speak, "synthesisers" should be spelled "synthesizers,"
and in speak, "synthesiser" should be spelled "synthesizer."

In voice-balance, "two channel" should be hyphenated as "two-channel."

In speak, under spell-out, "As as example" should be "As an example."

In the editor's note for voice-family, in "My assumption is that "fr-en"is
inappropriate," there should be a space after the end quotatation mark.

In the editor's note for voice-family, "specifiy" should be spelled "specify."

In phonemes, in "This may be used for uncommon acronyms which are unlikely
to be recognized by the synthesizer," "which" should be "that."

In interpret-as, "ambigous" should be spelled "ambiguous."

In Appendix B, there should be a comma after "level 3."

Thanks,
Jeremy Rand
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